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instead of 65. >> the problems we have in northern california. >> they are nonstop. >>> i am don ford, going deep inside the mines of california. where you ask? i'll have that story, coming up. meaning, it's no longer moving downhill. experts think this might be because of global warming. the lyell glacier has thinned out considerably over the last hundred years -- about 60 percent of its size. meanwhile... the maclure glacier... continues to move at a historical rate of about 1 inch per day, despite losing about 60% of its size. ground zero for california's gold rush, is ma >>> a glacier don'ts to move about one inch per day despite losing about 60% of its size. >>> ground zero for california's gold rush is making a 20th century comeback. not just because of the high price of cold. kpix's report r. don ford shows us -- reporter don ford shows us how new technology is bringing a mine back to life. >> the mother load is back in business. at least here modern day gold miners are hoping to extract hundreds of thousands of ounces of gold. the mines didn't run
through the cracks. they got him into prestigious music school, men ford him kept him grounded. you often say and people often say this city raised you. >> i had a lot of people in the whole city to watch out for me. even today people are looking out for me. it is just a blessing people cared that much and made sure i stayed on the right path. >> now 27 andrew has performed 200 night as year has a grammy nomination. >> trombone shorty. >> an acting gig on hbo's show and a white house performance that had everyone getting into the act. >> now andrews is playing -- paying it forward, the ten of these anxious young new situations will be elected for the trombone shorty music academy. >> just give me a baaa. >> funded by donations and a partnership with tulane university, it will give kids intensive training, business skills and career guidance. >> what would you think all of your mentors would say to you as they see you launch your foundation? >> i think they would tell me you are supposed to be doing this. this is what we have done for years, and that's the way new orleans and the musicians
to save their pets. kpix 5 reporter don ford shows us how state and federal officials are looking to prevent another drowning. >> reporter: instead of saving someone, this rescued jet ski is deliberately dropping a coast guard swimmer into the mavericks waves. this is a multi-agency drill and the trained swimmer will be picked up by this coast guard helicopter. some serious surf training in serious conditions. petty officer pam bowman says beach accidents this year are alarming. >> we have had seven deaths and five of them have been related to people out on the beach with their dogs. >> reporter: folks diving into the surf trying to save their dogs washed into the water by so-called sneaker waves. women accident is especially tragic. >> a 16-year-old boy saw his dog go into the surf. he went into the water after the dog. his parents were concerned about his ability to get back out of the water and sadly, the only one of that who made it back out of the water was the dog. >> reporter: california state parks lifeguard jeff watkins says don't und
to retrofit those homes by 2020. but as kpix 5's don ford shows us, repairs come with a costly price tag for the owners. >> reporter: thousands of them are scattered across san francisco buildings that experts say can collapse in the next big one. >> we have seen them in loma prieta, northridge. and we can identify those buildings that seem to be the most vulnerable on among the most vulnerable in the city. >> reporter: they are called soft story buildings because the first floor is usually open garages or open spaces that are unable to sportfishing proudly the load and many came down big time in the marina during loma prieta. -- unable to support the load and many came down during big time during the marina during loma prieta. it would apply to pre-178 wood frame structures three stories or five unions. thousands of cities could be affected. >> who is going to pay? >> i want to thank the banking industry for putting together a comprehensive menu of different financing options. >> reporter: but safety comes at a price. retrofitting costs can range fro
don ford says now there are guidelines on how to do it safely. >> reporter: you see it all the time motorcycles passing between slow-moving cars called lane splitting. marty has been driving california freeways for 50 years and he loves it. >> there's times where it's a dead stop and so if you are able to split the lanes you pick up 5, 10 minutes on the ride to work. >> reporter: lane splitting is legal in california. although some say it's an unsafe practice. now the chp is setting down the rules for motorcycle riders to follow when the traffic is crawling. the rules of the road only split lanes when the traffic is under 30 miles an hour. do not pass more than 10 miles an hour faster than the flow of traffic. and avoid splitting between buses and rvs. kpix 5 staffer jared mcpete commutes daily in bumper-to- bumper traffic. >> anybody who argues with them probably shouldn't be riding a bike. >> reporter: he says he pays extreme attention to the cars. if you don't he says accidents happen quickly. in a blink, the white van pulls into the
was unveiled yesterday at the henry ford museum in michigan. police in montgomery, alabama, arrested parks in 1955 for refusing to give up her seat on a bus to a white man. she passed away in 2005. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we'll go to midland city, alabama, for the latest on the end of that hostage standoff involving a young boy. >>> plus, the battle over spending cuts scheduled to kick in on march 1. we'll hear from house majority leader eric cantor. >>> and new developments in the investigation into the superdome blackout during the super bowl. >>> that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com i'm anne-marie green. great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com it's tuesday, february 5th. i'm elizabeth wenger. michelle has the morning >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good morning, it's tuesday, february 5. i'm frank mallicoat. michelle is sleeping right now. [ laughter ] >> that's right. she has the da
to san ford thursday. >>> the gills are undefeated. saint mary's led portland at the half. even an elbow to the grill couldn't stop him. saint maries blows out portland for their 7th straight win. >>> the dons dropped 51 in the second half and -- their two game losing streak. beyonci knowles will be the biggest star on the field tomorrow. she, of course is performing at halftime and is just another example that the superbowl is much more than just a football game. >> i'm not really into that type of music. i respect beyonci knowles, but you know, i think my kids, one of my teammate, carlos rogers, and head said his daughter is coming to the game to see beyonci knowles and don't really care about her dad playing. >> well she's not alone. [ laughter ] a lot of people are there to see her. but lots of people at home just want to see the commercials. >> you'll keep an eye on her right? >> sure. >> aisle watch the whole thing. >> there is rumor, she may be performing with destiny's child. that could be exciting. no one will turn away. >>> all ri
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